Why are you here, now, living the life you are living?
How can you evaluate the benefit or value of your life?
Are you doing the “right thing” in your life?
What is the “right thing”?
The usual definition of one’s purpose is the reason you are here and what gives your life meaning and worthiness.
If you understand your purpose, then you have a foundation to answer these questions.
However, purpose as reason and meaning is a static view where purpose becomes a standard against which the value of your life is measured and validated.
This leads to a constant journey out of self to define and find you.
Thus, defining purpose, in the static view, is an outside-focused effort to value self.
It’s a rat race, a never-ending run after something that doesn’t exist, because purpose is not a thing you find.
Instead, think of defining purpose in a dynamic sense.
To define means to seek understanding, clarify parameters, and dynamically seek in this moment.
Expansion from moment to moment, within the process of creation, allows a new definition in each moment of asking.
This is an excerpt from Cheryl’s book, Open Your Akashic Records.